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08-25-2019 04:57 PM
cloppy007
Quote: Originally Posted by fido View Post
you can use fan xpert to change the fan speed. issue is you can't find easy way to make it work on windows 10.
what i usually did , i go for newer maximus install the ai suit of it that works in windows 10
Thanks for your reply.
It's running W7 here, so there's no issue on that regard.

As for Fan xpert, the DC fan control only works when plugged into a non CPU_FAN header, unfortunately. It's hard for me to believe that an older motherboard I have (a gigabyte Z68) and also a newer X99 both support CPU DC fan control, but I guess there's nothing else I can do.
08-23-2019 01:22 AM
fido
Quote: Originally Posted by cloppy007 View Post
I recently got back a MVG and noticed that its CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT headers work only in PWM mode. Is that the case for everyone?

I can't tell if I had this problem when I bought the motherboard since I was running a PWM water pump, but now I have a 120x38mm DC fan which I'd like the motherboard to adjust the speed.
you can use fan xpert to change the fan speed. issue is you can't find easy way to make it work on windows 10.
what i usually did , i go for newer maximus install the ai suit of it that works in windows 10
08-15-2019 04:11 AM
cloppy007 I recently got back a MVG and noticed that its CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT headers work only in PWM mode. Is that the case for everyone?

I can't tell if I had this problem when I bought the motherboard since I was running a PWM water pump, but now I have a 120x38mm DC fan which I'd like the motherboard to adjust the speed.
10-26-2017 03:29 PM
DiGiCiDAL
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Originally Posted by sepol View Post

@DiGiCiDAL. I have both the MVF and MVG but neither have dual bios, That is an Extreme motherboard feature. In the moment I've no money and no need for a new Intel plataform. Not that I did not like to have one biggrin.gif. I7 8700K and I5 8600k are future plans...Well my AX760 is suffering from severe coil whine for a long time. I'm going to buy a new PSU and see if that will solve the problem. If not a spare PSU is always good to have.
I dont have WC so I think I going to disassemble the all system like you suggest. Give it also a deep dust clean just to stay shine thumb.gif Saturday I will say how the things went.

Ah one of the many 'extras' that I didn't realize were so special about my MVE. redface.gif

Sounds like there could be something about the PSU in play then... hopefully that's a relatively cheap fix. It does sound likely that it's having issues and better to replace it early than have it take out something else down the road!

Good luck this weekend. thumb.gif
10-26-2017 08:20 AM
sepol @DiGiCiDAL. I have both the MVF and MVG but neither have dual bios, That is an Extreme motherboard feature. In the moment I've no money and no need for a new Intel plataform. Not that I did not like to have one biggrin.gif. I7 8700K and I5 8600k are future plans...Well my AX760 is suffering from severe coil whine for a long time. I'm going to buy a new PSU and see if that will solve the problem. If not a spare PSU is always good to have.
I dont have WC so I think I going to disassemble the all system like you suggest. Give it also a deep dust clean just to stay shine thumb.gif Saturday I will say how the things went.
10-25-2017 02:49 PM
DiGiCiDAL
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Originally Posted by sepol View Post

Thank you for your fast help. You're rigth, 20 minutes is enought maybe less...so the power button can't be because it works for shut down and power up after power drain. I've tried you CPU power states settings and the issue remains.
I have to go to work, I can only try something else tomorow. frown.gif

I assume that doing a restart from within the OS works fine as well as resuming from sleep? I can't figure anything that would cause a cold-boot issue that wouldn't be related to deep sleep states, etc... but that would affect you the opposite way most likely. You could definitely try another PSU if you have one, but I can't imagine it being that. Depending on how problematic it is, you might want to switch to the backup BIOS (I think the MVF has that as well) and see if it's possibly corruption - or clear the CMOS and do an optimized defaults just to verify that it's not a setting issue.

Other than that... maybe it's telling you that it's time for an upgrade? biggrin.gif

You might try reseating any hardware that doesn't require removing loop components (if WC'd) and that are easy to get to. Something might be slightly loose but visibly fine - but again, I'd think there'd be some other symptoms if that were the case... but sometimes hardware just wants to be held I think. LOL
10-25-2017 09:25 AM
sepol
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Wow, that's a new one! I can't imagine that anything would take an hour - with it unplugged, it should drain the caps in a minute at most. One thing to try to speed up that process is pushing the power button on the system with it unplugged... that should drain them instantly.

Unfortunately, that doesn't resolve the primary problem for you. What are the power settings in the BIOS configured to? I'd check:

EPU setting: Try [Auto] or if it is try [Disabled]
ErP Ready: definitely [Disabled] on that.
--- maybe (if above does nothing) ---
Package C States: Try setting CPU C6 Report to [Disabled] (alternately disable all C States and see if it helps then re-enable C3 only, etc.)
Intel Rapid Start: verify [Disabled] and Entry on S3 RTC Wake [Disabled]

You probably should check the PSU, but if it's not acting weird during use and waking from sleep... I'd find that a hard one to believe.

Last possibility I can think of is physical... is it possible that the power button is failing and it's merely only working part of the time? It could be that it has a flaky connection and isn't always shorting the jumper on the MB (or the switch connection to that jumper is almost pulled off maybe?).

It might be obvious, but what (if any) change did you make most recently to your setup and are you running the latest BIOS? Not sure of any differences between the MVE and the MVF which would apply (I have MVE).

Thank you for your fast help. You're rigth, 20 minutes is enought maybe less...so the power button can't be because it works for shut down and power up after power drain. I've tried you CPU power states settings and the issue remains.
I have to go to work, I can only try something else tomorow. frown.gif
10-25-2017 08:04 AM
DiGiCiDAL
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Originally Posted by sepol View Post

I have a problem with my rig and I need some some helping ideias. When my computer goes into sleep it wakes up ok but if I shut it down it only powers up if I unplug AC cord and wait about an hour. What can this be ? PSU ? Motherboard BIOS chip ? I'm completely lost...

Wow, that's a new one! I can't imagine that anything would take an hour - with it unplugged, it should drain the caps in a minute at most. One thing to try to speed up that process is pushing the power button on the system with it unplugged... that should drain them instantly.

Unfortunately, that doesn't resolve the primary problem for you. What are the power settings in the BIOS configured to? I'd check:

EPU setting: Try [Auto] or if it is try [Disabled]
ErP Ready: definitely [Disabled] on that.
--- maybe (if above does nothing) ---
Package C States: Try setting CPU C6 Report to [Disabled] (alternately disable all C States and see if it helps then re-enable C3 only, etc.)
Intel Rapid Start: verify [Disabled] and Entry on S3 RTC Wake [Disabled]

You probably should check the PSU, but if it's not acting weird during use and waking from sleep... I'd find that a hard one to believe.

Last possibility I can think of is physical... is it possible that the power button is failing and it's merely only working part of the time? It could be that it has a flaky connection and isn't always shorting the jumper on the MB (or the switch connection to that jumper is almost pulled off maybe?).

It might be obvious, but what (if any) change did you make most recently to your setup and are you running the latest BIOS? Not sure of any differences between the MVE and the MVF which would apply (I have MVE).
10-25-2017 05:22 AM
sepol I have a problem with my rig and I need some some helping ideias. When my computer goes into sleep it wakes up ok but if I shut it down it only powers up if I unplug AC cord and wait about an hour. What can this be ? PSU ? Motherboard BIOS chip ? I'm completely lost...
10-19-2016 08:15 AM
darkphantom Just a word of warning, don't over tighten mobo screws. The only board start button on my mobo did not work ever since I got my thermaltake p5 case. Loosening top right screw enabled it to work again. Not sure if it was bending or what.

On a more unfortunate note, 2 of my 4 dimm slots died. Tried each stick individually to no avail. So running 2x8gb in xmp, black and red slots on my maximus v formula.
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